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Hi!

I have a CTime object. I use Format method to display it in a dialog, using the current locale.
The user is able then to change it. The problem is how can I build the CTime object from the string, without taking care myself of locale?
For instance, Rogue Wave's class for time is able to build a time from a string, using locale.
CTime from Microsoft doesn't seem to be able to do so.

Thank you!

Andrei
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Use COleDateTime instead. There is a member function COleDateTime::ParseDateTime.
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